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Old 02-11-2009, 05:18 AM
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I have a 2005 F250 Harley Addition that just got out of shop for oil leak. They had to pull the motor which ment lift the body. Now my rear speakers won't play very loud. Does anyone know if the speaker wires runs along the area of the body mounts that might have gotten pinched?

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Sounds to me more like an amp problem. like the factory amp isnt working right. but someone may know more about this then I do.
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I have a 2005 F250 Harley Addition that just got out of shop for oil leak. They had to pull the motor which ment lift the body. Now my rear speakers won't play very loud. Does anyone know if the speaker wires runs along the area of the body mounts that might have gotten pinched?

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Make sure the "fade" hasn't been messed with. It could be faded to front more than rear.
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